Smith’s Rosebud Lip Salve ($5.59) is a century-old classic that leaves lips soft, smooth, and smelling faintly of roses.
A spritz of Chanel No. 5 Eau de Toilette Spray ($50) behind the ears instantly makes you feel like a glamorous dame in a sultry black-and-white movie.
Every girl should own Benefit Kitten Classic ($26)—this translucent body powder is spiked with the perfect amount of subtle shimmer. Use the plush puff to dab it on your decolletage.
Too Faced Re-Fresh Blotting Papers ($12) come in a vintage-looking envelope emblazoned with this clever rhetorical question: “Why be pretty when you can be gorgeous?”
Major red lips were a Hollywood goddess requirement in the 1930s. If bold lipcolor isn’t your thing, try Sonia Kashuk Sheer Lip Color in Paradise 01 ($11.99)—the adorably portable crayon leaves just a hint of tint on lips.
To achieve perfectly marcelled waves like Theresa Harris, curl your hair with Hot Tools Professional Ceramic Marcel Curling Iron ($33.95).
Before using a marcel iron, always spritz dry hair with a thermal spray to shield your strands from the heat. We love L’Oreal Studioline Hot Spring Heat Activated Curling Spray ($4.89).
Old Hollywood actresses never left the house without wearing a set of out-to-there, lush lashes. Batter up with MAC Lash #6 ($13), a full, sexy fringe.
We can just imagine Theresa Harris wearing a bias-cut gown and slinking around an art deco-style apartment smelling of some sultry, full-bodied floral scent, like gardenia or tuberose. You may not have the art deco room, but you can certainly live that moment with Diptyque Tubereuse Candle ($60).
We’re so obsessed with Lollia Breathe Bubble Bath’s ($32) vintage chic bottle. And the peony and lily-scented bubble bath is kind of amazing, too.